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Permits Filed for 342 22nd Avenue In Outer Richmond, San Francisco

342 22nd Avenue View342 22nd Avenue View via Paul Beamer Architecture

New building permits have been filed for a multi-family residential building at 342 22nd Avenue in Outer Richmond, San Francisco. The permits propose constructing a three-story residence with four dwelling units. The project proposal also includes demolishing an existing two-story two-family dwelling. Richmond Partners LLC have purchase the property. The builders plan to include facade improvements and a make one of the proposed dwelling units ADA accessible. Paul Beamer Architecture is managing the design concepts and construction.

342 22nd Avenue, Floor Plans

342 22nd Avenue, Floor Plans via Paul Beamer Architecture

342 22nd Avenue, Elevation

342 22nd Avenue, Elevation via Paul Beamer Architecture

In June 2020, the Planning Commission approved the demolition of the editing family dwelling and authorized the new four-unit construction. The new construction will cover approximately an area of 6,600 square feet. The building facade will rise to 39 feet. The dwelling units are offered as a mix of one one-bedroom and three three-bedroom units. Two parking spaces of 625 square feet are also proposed.

342 22nd Avenue

342 22nd Avenue via Paul Beamer Architecture

The estimated cost of construction is $1,950,000.

The neighborhood is a mixed-use neighborhood with many restaurants and grocery stores nearby. The location is serviced by MUNI lines like 1, 29, 38, and 38R. An estimated completion date has not been announced yet.

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1 Comment on "Permits Filed for 342 22nd Avenue In Outer Richmond, San Francisco"

  1. If you’re making it ADA accessible… why would you put steps leading up to the doors? Is the ADA accessible entrance squeezing past the cars through the garage? I don’t get it.

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